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Las letras juegan al ajedrez

In this essay, Antonio Gude and José Luis Torrego have carried out a colossal research work, collecting and analyzing the most significant titles of modern letters to leave a taxonomy and pay tribute to this millenary love story between two arts: literature and chess.

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In the 6th century d.C. indian literature testified to a magical game that would captivate human beings as a representation of war or world theater. The seductive legends about its origin strengthened the bond between the two disciplines, which from that moment on would feed back to each other.

Chess has served the literature of inspirational territory for the creativity of great authors, such as Lewis Carroll, Jorge Luis Borges, Vladimir Nabokov, Julio Cortázar, Max Frisch or Fernando Arrabal, among many others, in whose work it occupies a considerable place.

In this essay, Antonio Gude and José Luis Torrego have carried out a colossal research work, collecting and analyzing the most significant titles of modern letters to leave a taxonomy and pay tribute to this millenary love story between two arts: literature and chess.

Product Details
SL-7423

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Product Type
Paper
Language
Spanish
Theme
Miscellaneous
Level
Everyone
Author
Antonio Gude, José Luis Torrego
No Pages
326
Year published
2024
Measurements
17 x 24 cm
ISBN
9786598628239
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